If your bathroom is your least-favorite part of your home due to its small size, you may feel as though you've already gone through all the possible ways you can maximize the storage and function of this often-used room. But when a remodel (or a new home) isn't an option, it's important to do what you can to make your small bathroom as functional and efficient as it can be. Read on for three ways you can instantly (and inexpensively) enlarge a small bathroom.
Window replacement is a labor and cost intensive venture that needs the expertise of a professional and experienced window contractor. Before embarking on it you need to ask yourself the following three questions:
Do I have the budget for window replacement right now? Is it necessary to replace these windows? Am I prepared to replace my windows? Windows often make up 5% of the cost of remodeling. For example, if it will cost you $100,000 to remodel your home, the windows and doors will take $5000, which is a tidy sum.
Quality will always trump quantity. In a world where there are so many options to choose from, never forget that quality is the gateway to simple luxuries.
Why invest in low quality window glass that will need constant replacement instead of quality panes that will work for years and provide you with the best insulation and protection. In the long run, you will spend more money on the cheaper panes compared to the daunting one-time amount you must cough up for the quality option.
Patio enclosures can extend the amount of time you can spend on your patio year-round, but you'll want to make sure you select the right enclosure to fit your needs. Here are a few things to consider, as you begin your search for a patio enclosure for your home.
Screened enclosures serve a wide range of purposes during the summer months. They can help to keep mosquitoes and other bugs at bay, and they also provide a covered environment for setting out a buffet at your backyard barbecues.
When your window develops a crack, it's best to have the piece fixed as soon as possible. If you don't have the money to pay for the repairs or your appointment with the window tech is days away, then preventing the crack from spreading is your next best option. Here are a couple of ways you can temporarily fix a crack until you can have permanent repairs done.
Place Tape on the Crack